Imagine not being able to understanding your past and the relentless frustration that it would cause in your life. This story is about a young woman’s struggle to find these answers and try to make sense of her childhood events. It flashes back to these events as answers and more questions present themselves to her. As a result of her ongoing search her daily life is disrupted in ways you’d never imagine. Even entering into an altered state to try and find some comfort, protection, or answers to her psyche. Until the secrets start to fall like so many dominoes and her past somehow starts to make sense.
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